The Google Pixel is a reasonably long-lasting model as it has Corning Gorilla Glass 4 which is a tough glass that can withstand various drops on to pavements. Even though the Pixel will be able to survive various accidents, you should try to avoid this as you could do some damage. Try to maintain the condition of your Pixel for as long as you can, as this will get you more money when you decide to put it back on the market. We would recommend that you keep your Pixel in a sturdy phone case for protection.
The Pixel is a relatively simple phone to fix in comparison with other mobile phones that you can buy. Unlike certain other Android devices, the battery is secured with adhesive tabs that can be removed easily. Similarly, many of the device’s internal components can be replaced independently. A trickier replacement would be the Pixel’s display. It needs to be removed to fix any of the inside parts, but it is fused to the handset, which could make repairs more of a challenge. You can repair your device yourself, or Google can fix it. You can use Google’s walk-in service, or you can mail-in your device to be fixed.
Although Google have been reporting their sustainability improvements since 2007, Google’s first phone model did not come with a product-specific environmental report. This was because Google started publishing environmental reports for their phones in 2018.